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Making pancakes is harder than it looks in the new virtual reality kitchen at Ikea in Etobicoke.  Wearing goggles and gripping a controller in each hand, customers are transported from a virtual reality box the size of a tool shed located inside the kitchen department at the store into a small virtual kitchen, where they have to use the controllers to get milk and eggs from a fridge, and sugar and flour from the cupboards, and mix the mixture and set it to bake in the oven.

Source: Toronto Star

Date: March 15th, 2017



1) How would you feel about trying this out in Ikea?

2) Is there a way to make the headset part of VR less “icky”?

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